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Guest commentary: Water scarcity faces Whatcom farms

Climate change, adjudication will mean less water

Water from the Nooksack River is likely to become more scarce because of climate change and a pending adjudication process
Water from the Nooksack River is likely to become more scarce because of climate change and a pending adjudication process. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Eric Hirst, Guest Writer
Climate change and adjudication mean less water for agricultural irrigation. Summer is critical beca

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